Landlords across the UK will be able to apply for 75 per cent of the cost of charging points up to £350 where they own parking areas but must be VAT registered or registered at Companies House to be eligible.
Propertymark has enhanced FAQs on the Homes for Ukraine scheme in response to enquiries about accommodating refugees to assist lettings agents advise their landlords and tenants.
On 14 March 2022, the UK Government announced that UK individuals, charities, community groups and businesses can record their interest in supporting Ukrainians fleeing the war through the UK Government’s new Homes for Ukraine scheme.
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The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has published updates to their guidance for people across the UK, who intend to offer accommodation to those fleeing war in Ukraine.
Propertymark is amongst several property organisations supporting cross-sector fundraising to provide humanitarian relief to Ukraine.
Beleaguered landlords are increasingly looking to sell up and exit the market but may be unaware of the extensive help and support available to them.
Supporting International Women’s Day (IWD) Propertymark celebrates female leadership inside the professional body and key figures who represent the profession.
In the 2022/2023 tax year there will be an additional charge with revenue raised going directly to support the NHS and equivalent bodies across the UK.
Under newly announced rules by the National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT), a property's council tax band or rate, price and tenure (for sales) must now be included on all property listings by the end of May 2022.
The last two years have seen a complete shift in attitudes towards healthcare and the importance of promoting a work-life balance, leading to unforeseen trends across the sector. What does the commercial property sector look like for agents in 2022?
HOUSING MARKET REPORT: The average number of house hunters registered per member branch was the highest December on record at 461, with the average supply of properties continuing to fall to an average of just 19, 42 per cent less than in December 2020.
Propertymark has been working with the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) to help find suitable accommodation for Afghan refugees. Letting agents could play an essential role in supporting humanitarian efforts being made by the UK Government.
Propertymark is working to boost awareness of the ways in which letting agents can fight against organised crime, specifically in the area of modern slavery and human trafficking (MSHT).
The Negotiator’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2021 highlights a truly instrumental figure within the property sector and has been awarded to Propertymark’s Mark Hayward.
Figures from the ‘Mind the Gap 2021’ report, commissioned by employer and health and safety advisory service, WorkNest, magnifies differences in employer and employee opinion among key business elements, such as the effects of hybrid working.